Houston Methodist's Dr. Marc Boom returned to discuss the state of the coronavirus in the fall, the status of testing, and hopes around treatments and vaccines, five months after his first appearance with Asia Society in April.
Rosemary Gibson, senior advisor at the Hastings Center, spoke on the short- and long-term concerns of U.S. dependency on China for critical drug ingredients, the state of the global medical supply chain, and the impacts of COVID-19.
Our Education and Outreach team loves working with student interns! Hear from intern Van Nguyen, whose main project was collaborating with other interns to help launch the Asia Society Texas Center Teen Council.
Embodying Asia Society’s mission to foster cross-cultural dialogues, the conversation created by the simultaneous display of "Joss" and "Eternal Offerings" highlights the lasting influence of early Chinese art forms and techniques.
Kishore Mahbubani, who has served as President of the UN Security Council, spoke on the history of U.S.–China relations, current and ongoing challenges, and the importance of working towards multilateralism.
APIAVote executive director Christine Chen, Baker Institute fellow Mark P. Jones, and Outreach Strategists president Mustafa Tameez discussed opportunities and challenges around Asian American civic engagement.
As we revisit the very best of Asia Society's in-person programs via the Encore Series, enjoy the Formosa Quartet's performance of 'Rain Night Flower' by Wei-Chieh Lin, from their February 2020 program.
Hailing from the East, Gulf, and West Coasts respectively, artists Jeanne F. Jalandoni, Matt Manalo, and Charlene Tan spoke on the impacts of shelter-in-place orders and how they are responding in their practices and their communities.
Asia Society Texas Center's 2019–2020 Docent of the Year, Johanna Brassert, reflects on the exhibition "Form is Emptiness, Emptiness is Form" and its relation to Asia Society's architecture and Buddhist philosophy.